MrPin

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    MrPin got a reaction from Sucralose Ray Leonard in Elephants dying in 100s - could this cause a new human pandemic?   
    I saw that. Rather than worry about a new pandemic that might transfer to people, it could be something human that elephants are susceptible to.
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    MrPin reacted to The XYY Man in Dum da dum da dum da dum   
    Fulmar sick...? Aye whatever.
    You'd been bukkakied - whilst standing at the door of the Pink Flamingo, spying in the rain...
     
    XYY
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    MrPin reacted to spygirl in Dum da dum da dum da dum   
    Dear oh dear Sooty.
    Albatriiies are a member of the Procellariiformes order. Petrols, shearwaters.
    Its actually a fucking big fulmar.
    I know this, as we used to go egging on the cliff, where theres a fulmar colony.
    Fulmars puke an oily fishy gut dregs on predators.
    We use to come home, covered in fulmar sick and my sister would say - spys been puked on by a dwarf albatross.
     
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    MrPin got a reaction from The XYY Man in Dum da dum da dum da dum   
    No six inch guns then?
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    MrPin reacted to spygirl in Dum da dum da dum da dum   
    Like boobs, they can be big n little.
    No, I know fulmar are tiny albatri.
    I just looked up the order, so I could be sneeringly superior to Sooty.
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    MrPin reacted to The XYY Man in Dum da dum da dum da dum   
    Extremely small fishing boat - one man, with oars as the only propulsion method.
     
    XYY
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    MrPin reacted to The XYY Man in Dum da dum da dum da dum   
    Fuck off Tony Soper...! 
    You just googled that...
     
    XYY
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    MrPin got a reaction from AlfredTheLittle in The top 5% pay over half the taxes?   
    Yep, housing expenses are a problem, hindering the economy.
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    MrPin reacted to twocents in Elephants dying in 100s - could this cause a new human pandemic?   
    You would think they would at least have fenced it off or drained it or whatever..
    Another unsatisfactory article from bbc.
    It's probably end up being blamed on climate change.
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    MrPin got a reaction from muggle in Ghislaine didn't kill herself   
    Kevin is another dubious bastard.
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    MrPin reacted to Bedrag Justesen in Dum da dum da dum da dum   
    When the sun beats down and I lie on the bench
    I can always hear them talk
    There's always been Ethel
    "Jacob, wake up, you've got to tidy your room now"
    And then Mister Lewis
    "Isn't it time that he was out on his own?"
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    MrPin got a reaction from LC1 in Ghislaine didn't kill herself   
    Kevin is another dubious bastard.
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    MrPin got a reaction from The XYY Man in The top 5% pay over half the taxes?   
    12 guitars.
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    MrPin got a reaction from maynardgravy in The top 5% pay over half the taxes?   
    12 guitars.
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    MrPin got a reaction from MrLibertyRedux in The top 5% pay over half the taxes?   
    12 guitars.
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    MrPin got a reaction from 5min OCD speculator in The top 5% pay over half the taxes?   
    12 guitars.
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    MrPin reacted to Captain Cavey in Pay coconuts get monkeys   
    I was also attacked in Bali. Probably the same place. It managed to pickpocket me of a tube of sunscreen, climbed a tree, unscrewed the lid an squeeze the contents into it’s mouth. By the gagging it probably regretted doing that.
    I punted another one about 5m who tried to mug me later on.
    Next time, I’ll hide a bit of calcium carbide in a banana and watch the fuckers explode.
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    MrPin reacted to dgul in How big is Tesla   
    My problem with Tesla is that it doesn't solve the problem it claims to ('environment').
    For electric cars, the bulk of the environmental damage is in the creation of the battery for it, and thus it makes most sense if the user maximises their use of the battery (ie, drive daily a decent proportion of the battery capacity).  It doesn't make environmental sense if you make the battery and then don't use it (charge up once a week, say).
    But, for a 'normal person', it is terrible for the environment to be driving 200 miles every day.  These people should be trying to drive less, not justifying their driving by it being 'not as bad for the environment'.
    Of course, there might be financial reasons for driving a fancy electric car, but that's only because of tax incentives (mainly in taxation of fuel -- Per mile rates on electric are in the same ballpark as fossil fuels before taxation.
    I really don't understand why there is any tax incentive (plug-in grant) for 'normal people' buying ecars, but not really so much for commerce.  IMO there should be hefty incentives for high-mileage commercial use (post, taxis) and hardly any for regular car users.
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    MrPin reacted to feed in Escape from LA   
    it's also a meme.  

     
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    MrPin got a reaction from mooncat69 in Pay coconuts get monkeys   
    Is it different to getting a horse to pull a cart?
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    MrPin got a reaction from MrLibertyRedux in How big is Tesla   
    Bigger than Toyota, apparently? I find that hard to believe, as I have only ever seen one of the cars. What else does he make?
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    MrPin got a reaction from Option5 in Pay coconuts get monkeys   
    Is it different to getting a horse to pull a cart?
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    MrPin got a reaction from invalid in Pay coconuts get monkeys   
    They are cheeky bastards. They will grab your camera, and hold you to ransom for a banana.
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    MrPin reacted to The Grey Man in Old Statues   
    Denmark. Copenhagen.
    Litlle hands at play on The Little Mermaid.
    A most unassuming statue when I saw it a long while ago.
    I hope the spray can be removed. Pointless ruination of a harmless statue.
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    MrPin reacted to invalid in Pay coconuts get monkeys   
    From the cunts at the BBC:
    "The animal rights group said pigtailed macaques in Thailand were treated like "coconut-picking machines". "
     
    Is that any diferent to humans churning out Nike trainers like machines?